Mythic Glory

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Mythic Glory – An eternal conflict

MMORPG – Some conflicts as old as one can possible imagine. Possibly the oldest one is the struggle between the forces of light and darkness. Mythic Glory, a recently released free to play MMORPG takes up on that conflict and delivers a browser game that might have the potential to be the next big thing in 2018. Here is why.

Official Mythic Glory Trailer


Game Concept

Mythic Glory is no exception considering the guidelines of most given MMORPG titles. Starting out as your average rookie character, you have a long way to go before you can call yourself a proper warrior of the light. But fret not, since everyone once started as a nobody and as you will soon find out, things will change rather quickly for an ambitious adventurer. Slaying some minor monsters in the beginning, you will eventually get your hands on better equipment, gold and most importantly – experience. Equipped with these resources you will eventually become able to tackle tougher monsters and fight your way to the top of the food chain where arch-demons and other nasty things await. Will you have what it takes to become the prophesized hero?

Three playable classes:

What will it be? Bow, staff or longsword? As of now you get to choose between three playable classes in Mythic Glory. Windwalker, Paladin and Sorcerer are ready to be chosen. As you can imagine each of these classes takes a distinctive role on the battlefield. Paladins excel in melee combat, mages are pretty decent when it comes to incinerating their foes and Windwalkers do seem to have a knack for turning monsters into pin cushions, riddling them with arrows from afar. Since each of these classes is pretty much unique, the same applies for their skill set. Elemental barrages or devastating cleave attacks are only some of the abilities you will eventually unlock when leveling your character. Sufficient to say that by the time you get past a certain level, your character will become quite a menace to most of the foes it faces.

Hired help:

As we said – you can become a threat to most enemies. Some though, are pretty tough and bosses for example are something entirely different. Where a single hero can’t finish the job, help is needed. Thankfully there are taverns all over the place and for the right amount of gold you will always find a willing sell sword that will accompany you on your adventures. During the turn based combat you then have the opportunity to put your hirelings into specific positions, like the front for example, where they will most likely soak up most of the incoming damage. How convenient! If you are playing as a Paladin though, you might want to hire some archers or even another sorcerer that buffs your damage from the back row and supplements your overall combat effectiveness.

Long term playability is almost guaranteed:

Furthermore most of the other features of Mythic Glory revolve around the idea of turning this game into something that’s even worth playing after months of playtime. Timed PvE-Events, PvP-Arenas, grouped dungeons and tons of collectables and cosmetics are just some of the things you can partake in or go for.. A compelling argument for you hoarders and completionists out there. Especially the grouped dungeons left a positive impression on us, since not only do you get the opportunity to play with your friends and combine your powers but also you get some pretty neat rewards, depending on the difficulty of the selected dungeon.

Special Features

  • Free-to-play: Just sign up once and you are good to go. Mythic Glory is absolutely free-to-play.
  • Three playable classes: Choose between Paladin, Sorcerer and Windwalker and dominate the battlegrounds.
  • Hired help: Hire powerful mercenaries and put their skills to the test when facing foes that you on your own couldn’t even hope to defeat.
  • Long term playability: Participate in countless activities, including timed PvE-Events, PvP or the hunt for rare cosmetic items.


The Bottom Line

At first Mythic Glory struck us as a pretty generic MMORPG in a way that it seemed pretty similar any recent MMORPG browser game. Now that we have played it for a few dozen hours, things do look somewhat different. The overall visual appearance for example is pretty outstanding, especially when compared to similar titles. Abilities pack a serious punch and even though we were somewhat bewildered that our basic arrow attacks did something around 500.000 damage, we enjoyed it. Mythic Glory has a rich and vibrant world where you will always meet new people, find new adventures or can even spend hours trying to optimize the gear for your character or browsing the taverns for new hirelings. At any rate: Should you be looking for a modern MMORPG that is not only free to play but also something that you could potentially enjoy after having it played for months, then Mythic Glory might be your game.

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